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states. now he's coming back to his maryland home. tonight, those who know him are speaking out. >>> hello everyone i'm vic carter. here's what people are up to tonight. it's believed to be the biggest spy swap with russia since the cold war. and a maryland man is in the center of it. the first time he's been back on american soil in more than a decade. new at 11:00, kelly mcpherson has the latest on a story that has captured international attention. >> reporter: some of the people who live in this cock y sville neighborhood knew that a former colonel from the isb and as the story broke, they were hoping to hear his name as one of those released. after serving seven years of an 18 year sentence in russia, alexander saparosky is coming back to this neighborhood. >> i consider him to be more of an american hero than a spy sort to speak. >> reporter: many marylanders know the story how the -- how he turned in hanson. >> i consider him to be more of a hero. >> reporter: the cia and russian intelligence broker the tarmac during a time when the two countries are mending relations. >>
to reallyystart to climb here in maryland. >> when we go to las vegas, i doo't drink. and i don't gamble. >> but she suue likes to roll this woman's mind boggling collection. >> why comcast may actuully owe you money for a change. >> live in high definition, from wbff tv in baltimore, this is fox 45 news "late edition"..3 barnd is off tonight. a 13-year-old girl rapee in annapolis. and investigators say the man that did it is a man already convicted of a violent sex crime. policc say he picked up the girl and 3 other young females in dundalk and drove them to annapolis and a home, where he raped one girl. keith daniels gives us a closer look at what led policc to the suspect. >> well, karen, we'reeon strat3 suspect picked up thehere the 13-yearrold girl, and 3 of her friends. police have arrested and charged 28-year-old james mason, iii ú%her charges. ú%w deeectives say mason drooe the ggrls teffiend'sshouse in annapolis, where he offered thee aacohol aad marijuana. and police say he raped the 13-year-old girl. and they say her friends looked for helpp >> t a certain .1 of the juvenil
after her mother is convicted of murdering her father and trying to kill her. >> and maryland is now officially in a drought. 11 news saturday morning starts right now. [captioning made possible by constellation energy] >> welcome to 121 news saturday morning. i'm lisa robinson. >> and i'm barry sims. let's take a look outside with meteorologist john collins. cooler temperatures, what's happening? >> well, i don't know. i was surprised addition i guess i wasn't surprised -- when i walked out the door this morning, it was muggy. it's been trying to rain. i'm a little disappointed. there was a good line of thunderstorms with some heavy rain out to the west of us last night when i went to bed, and it's come into the area, but it's so spotty, and my pavement's dry and i said, come on, water my lawn, you know, water my garden, and it hasn't happened yet, believe me. the rains are here, at least the first wave, but it wasn't the first wave, it's the first trickle. take a look at this on our h.d. doppler radar. just a few spotty, light showers around the area. some of the concentrated in so
in the case of university of maryland. more than two dozen students were arrested. we'll have the details, next on wjz-13, eyewitness news. >>> a dead hump backed whale washes ashore in ocean city. i'm mary bubala and we'll have more on what will be done with it. >>> we'll have much needed rain on the way. we'll have the forecast coming up next. >>> as bob just mentioned, much needed rain is on the way and storms are in the area. tim williams has the details in the first warning weather forecast. eyewitness news saturday morning starts now. >>> good morning, i'm gigi barnett. >> >> and i'm not bob turk. >> no, you're tim williams. >>> well, we're really dry and we're going into the day and we're almost 2 1/2 inches below for the year and totals. if you look out over the horizon, some parts of the area are bright. looking here, we have steady showers moving across the city and up towards the north east. elkton is seeing rain and we're seeing a good bit of showers and thunder up towards perry hall and baltimore's seen steady showers and for the most part, we'll see the clearing throughout t
. these issues come up all the time. >> in reading about what you are doing in maryland, you have been looking at the education side. you have been starting a statewide effort to make kids better consumers. how has that going? >> it is going well. it is critical. if you look at things like seat belts, designated drivers, drunk driving -- these are areas that coming years ago, they had very little culture surrounding them. we have to teach kids about the dangers of the internet. it is a wonderful an incredible tool with the world at your fingertips. there is an insidious, dark underbelly. we need to make them aware of that. the things that you put on her facebook page can and will be seen by your school, by colleges that you may want to go to, by prospective employers. you are very vulnerable. cyber-bullying is a real issue that occurs frequently. what we're doing is a program where we train the trainers. we work with people to explain to children, teachers, boy scout leaders, librarians, all about internet safety. public schools do not teach it. we want to educate parents and grandparents abou
. much of maryland is now facing trout onditions. recent heat wave and lacc oo rain has created dangerouslyydry conddtions across the state. some farmers say they are in danger of losing the entire crap if rain does not ssow uppsoon. thankfully, thunderstorms are in our area tonight, buttare theye? meteorologist emily gracey has a look at the sky watch fooecast. hi emily? watching the showers and thunderstorms roll in. and first look at where we stand as farras tte lack of rainfall this season. if we have not been uite too below average ecause the snowfall this year, ut for the season we are below average. typically we should be 4 1/2 inches. and we are below two. almost 3 inches below average. and we may change that as we head into the next 12 hours or so. front pushes 32 the area. closer and closer. so causing flash flooding back to western maryland. and as it goes into our area it could bb a threat for us. showers and thunderstorms move to frederick, will be in towaad ú%lttmore in the next couple of hours. so we will continueeto watch that front as you can see it eetends
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have gotten more than other areas. i'll start with the satellite imagery. most of maryland is under cuts. west of hagerstown, the clouds have thinned out. the front is moving eastward. add the rain. most of the yellow areas, south of d.c., into charles county, are on the eastern shore. that is where the rain seems to be. it tapers off in carroll county. the heaviest rains will in southern counties. the flood warning that is in effect for two more minutes will expire. the happiest of those rains have moved across the bay and southward. you can see the red arrows along the eastern shore. thunder and lightning with that as well as the rain. let's look at current conditions. with rain showers in the area, we show a reading of 75 degrees at the airport. temperatures have dropped off of the topic. it is really a muggy out there. the winds have gone calm. the flood threat, the warning for hertford county is ending now, then cut 3:00 pm. it expires -- 9:00 a.m.. it expires. here are the temperatures. annapolis, 75. a.d. at ocean city. far western 60's in maryland. notice how the clouds bega
in silver spring, maryland, a fan long before he had enough money to pay for a ticket to see a fight. >> i wanted to become muhammad ali. you know, fourth grade. >> reporter: the oldest of five children, joe was always a scrapper. >> my first fight, god, i was probably four, five years old. >> reporter: from an early age he fell he had to defends himself and his mother against an abusive father. >> i was afraid of him. >> reporter: a trashed box of kid-sized boxing gloves led to a new venture. >> i got the whole neighborhood, put them in my backyard. i thought that by virtue of the fact i owned the gloves, i would be the best guy out there. and this kid whipped up on me like there was no tomorrow. >> reporter: by then joe's father was gone most of the time. >> my father left home when -- were in seventh grade. >> reporter: make nothingly payments to keep her kids in catholic school, joe's mother was proud when show graduated from st. john's military academy. and went on to mt. st. mary's college in maryland. but he was kicked out of college for fighting freshman year. so he decided then to
sales reports. what you need to know. >> have you seen all the obama stimulus sign as long maryland highways? don't speed on any highway where you see that sign. two viewers have contacted me to say they were pulled over for speeding on a road with the science posted. one was in eastern ohio, the other further out west. they say the fine was doubled because it's officially a construction zone even though there were no barrels anywhere in sight. be careful on those roads. >>> bad news for retailers could be good news for your wallet. they will have to cut prices to move things. the government said retail sales post aid surprise drop in june as consumers worried about jobs and the economy. they say stores will have to cut prices more the next few weeks. >>> here is something that may get to you buy a kindl. a price war. border has just launched its bookstore trying to catch up with the competition . it has more than 1.5 million title, thousands of free book and is available on several different formats. they hope to get 17% of the electronic market. >>> the competition some mean autho
in maryland along with three young friends. he drove the girls to annapolis, gave them drinks and marijuana and later had sex with the 13-yard. police say one of her friends texted a relative who called 911. police moved in and found mason with the four girls. >> it's a deplorable crime. our advice to parents is know what your children are doing. monitor websites. know what sites they're visiting because unfortunately some of the negative aspects of social media are a situation like this. >> mason faces numerous charges including second degree rape. investigators say two other adults were in the annapolis home when the young girls were there. >>> investigators believe a deadly shooting in silver spring was actually a tragic accident. 20-year-old joseph kennedy died inside a home last night on darrows street. investigators found him with a gunshot wound to the head. a 21-year-old man dropped a shotgun which went off and hit kennedy. the man with the gun stayed on the scene for police to arrive. >>> a second body pulled from the delaware river today following that duck boat disaster in philly
rains falling in western maryland. ultimately, out of this line of storms, got up to 2 1/2 inches or better than of that rain. now, we advance this to 9:00, and it's still raining pretty well. it's coming into frederick, and frederick got over an inch of rain, and then the light just kind of falls apart. it's like it gets near baltimore and it says, no, i'm want going to do that. so at 3:00 this morning, we saw a few sprinkles and showers around the area. we're beginning to see a little more activity, but it's still not very heavy. the front still coming in though today. the air is loaded with moisture, so we're hoping this front will trigger locally heavy rain, at least from time to time. we'll talk about the forecast details in just a moment. >> our big story this morning, the biggest spy swap isn't he happened of the cold war has a cockeysville connection. >> a former western colonel is one of four spies released from prison in exchange for russian agents being held in the u.s. as it turns out, alexander zaporozhsky owns a home in baltimore county. david collins has the story.
service now throughout much of central and eastern maryland. that's why we need the rain. there's actually a flood watch in parts of western maryland because of the showers coming in from the mountains fairly heavy. you can see the front has made its way through far western maryland with the rain, where temperatures have dropped into the 0's, but we're still closer to 80 here in baltimore. sub rise, cloudy, muggy, showers should be in the area. 69 to 76 to start saturday. here comes the front slicing through the mountains now. we'll call it mild behind it. it's not a dramatic cooldown but it is much dryer from central ohio back up into chicago and up into the great lakes. this front will change the air mass a little bit and kick up a few showers. high pressure is scheduled to come in and make for a nice finish to the weekend. there you see the showers crossing baltimore and heading to the eastern shore in the afternoon and then tapering off in the evening with some clearing later tomorrow night. 81 to 86. it's going to be 20 degrees cooler tomorrow than it was just a few days ago when we h
weather today but nonetheless a couple of rumbles can't be ruled out in southern maryland. traveling over the bay bridge and out towards ocean city or rehoboth, rain free at the beaches for now. this band of rain showers will be in out and of the beach fairly quickly during the course of the day. i think even by late this evening it will be dry weather again at the coastline. temperatures in the 70s and 80s. low pressure offshore. that's the reason we've enhanced our rainfall around here this morning so off to a showery start on our saturday. but sunshine is lurking just a few hours away from us. west of the blue ridge you'll have decent amount of sunshine by late afternoon, longer to get the sun out in the washington area. for today cloudy and very muggy outside. scattered showers, one or two rumbles of thunder that's about it. the bay forecast for today, today is not the best day to be out doing any boating or sailing but tomorrow will be a beauty. down at the beaches, ocean city to rehoboth, wonderful weather for tomorrow after a rather shower filled saturday, and i can verify to you t
of maryland, because bob ehrlich, who was governor of maryland and chose michael steele to be his running mate, is going to be pilloried because michael steele is being attacked by every republican in shoe leather, including charles krauthammer. this is the kind of judgment you have, to pick michael steele? >> it does not help barack obama, though. >> that's right, and the irony is that this is the time that republicans should be a triumphant. instead, michael steele's distraction has them back on their heels. people knew he was not a great manager or a fundraiser, but they said he was great on message. that has not exactly turned out. we have gone back and forth on this. by now "politico" is saying that republicans are more likely than not to take the house. we changed that this week and michael steele's distracting is hurting fundraising. >> this is the year where republicans have everything at their backs. the economy, discontent with obama, the gulf oil spill, everything. they keep stepping on it. they have michael steele, they have john boehner comparing the financial crisis to an ant, an
by russia is part of a swap is from maryland. ahead, hear what neighbors have to say about the man that was sentenced to 18 years in a russian jail. plus the big bang that brought down a bridge in the midwest overnight, and a local gym that is giving at-risk kids off the streets will likely have to close its doors. >> stephen straussburg out for a couple of awards. plus, we're talking about mike williams, the offensive lineman, the redskins could be out for the season. details as news 4 at 6:00 continues. >>> tonight, a new cap may finally stop the oil gushing into the gulf. a deadly day for americans into afghanistan and >>> in a matter of second it is, crews brought down a bridge in kansas city. highway crews imploded that bridge over interstate 70 early this porning. they making way for a new, larger bridge scheduled to open this fall. crews immediately began working to remove the debris. they hope to have i-70 reopened in time for monday morning's rush hour. one of the four spies released from russia in the largest spy swap since the cold war is from the baltimore area. al exan
for governor of maryland, because bob ehrlich, governor of maryland, chose michael steele to be his running mate, and he will be pilloried because michael steele is being w attacked by every republican, including charles krauthammer. this was the judgment you have, to choose michael steele? >> this does not help barack obama. his poll numbers still sting. >> absolutely. republicans should be rampant, but michael steele has them back on their heels. -- republicans should be trying that, but michael still has them back on their heels. right now, "politico" is saying that republicans are more likely than not to pick up the house. we changed that this week, and michael steele's distracting is hurting their fundraising. >> this is the republicans have everything at their backs. the economy, discontent with obama, the gulf oil spill, everything. they keep stepping on it. they have michael steele, they have done better comparing -- they have john boehner comparing the financial crisis to an ant and the congressman who made mistakes -- >> joe barton. >> joe barton -- i don't want to remember -- >>
the latest on the secret exchange. >> one of the high profile prisoners owns a home in maryland and his neighbors are watching and waiting to see if he'll come back to baltimore county. we're latest -- we're live with the latest. >> reporter: many are very familiar with the man's story and why he was sent to rush sham they think it's not so much of being a spy, but an american hero. >> reporter: he's back on u.s. soil after flying in friday night. he's one of four high profile prisoners held captive in russia. he was convicted of hiding information. cockeysville seems far removed from the drama, but it's where he called home since he left russia in 1997. >> i consider him to be an american hero. >> he believed in helping. >> reporter: he's suspected of identifying two notorious spies. >> who's activities on behalf of the russians, it cost american lives and i consider him to be a hero. >> reporter: it's part of the biggest spy swap. ten russian spies literally traded spaces. within 90 minutes, the planes took off. >> this is a win/win. i think that the united states did really, really w
maryland is found dead. members are looking for answers. the victim's body was discovered near his home. >> i'm in shock. >> reporter: his friend was a hard working landscaper. >> he dedicated to work. >> reporter: he was found after 5:00 on saturday morning near new hampshire avenue. a person saw the body lying right here outside of a where i lived and called police. >> there was evidence of trauma to his upper body. we're classifying this as a suspicious death and weir waiting for -- we're waiting the outcome from the medical examiner. >> reporter: they are awaiting official word on the cause of death and stopping short of calling this a homicide, family and friends are not. >> i cannot believe this. >> reporter: he said people who saw the body describe it was a stabbing. >> i don't believe how this happened. the way he was killed, it was like somebody hated him. >> do you know anyone who would want to harm your cousin? >> no. >> reporter: police tried to piece together what he was doing hours before his death, his cousin is trying to come to grips with losing his loved one. >
for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. it's time for fios. >>> maryland's health officials say two more deaths have been attributed to the hot weather. that brings the number to ten. the most recent deaths include one in baltimore another in prince george's county. both were over the age of 65 and had underlying conditions. the victims were found inside their homes which did not have air conditioning. the temperature inside measured above 90 degrees. it's 6:19 right now. now a break. >> that's right. we need it desperately around here not to be above 90 degrees. we've been 90 or higher the entire last week. our first back-to-back 100 degrees in 11 years over the course of the week. finally a little change coming our way. welcomed news. cloudy skies and some rain showers out there to get your saturday started but it's been so hot and so dry for so long that i think everyone is willing to take some cloudy cool rain showers even on a weekend. outside on your saturday take a check of it. from the roof of the hotel down near national airport where our city camera lives. cloudy and w
have any info. >>> a total overreaction by the police. that is how a university of maryland student is describing what happened in college park. this was last march, the night of maryland's big basketball team victory over duke. students were celebrating by pouring out into the streets and prince george's county police showed up in riot gear. they arrested 28 students and brandon johnsson was one of them. an officer hit him in the face and knee and then threw the cuffs off. >> he came up on us antagonistically and they came looking for a riot when there wasn't one. when you have a hammer, everything looks like a nail. >> it was surreal. we were all in the car ride over there, we were all trying to figure out what is going on. why is this happening? why are we being arrested? just some conversation with the other students, we all came to the conclusion that none of us had done anything. and yet we were all sitting in there handcuffs in the back of a paddy wagon. >> 28 happy redskins fans were arrested after a redskins-cowboys game. i think everybody would be surprised. and we also ou
in southern maryland. this is down near shady side along the western shore. as you can see in the forecast, upper 60's to near 70's tomorrow as you wake up, nearly perfect. >> you can get an updated forecast all evening long by going to the weather section of our website, now we are learning more details about a suspect in custody. this is quite a disturbing story. >> a 5-year-old girl, sexually assaulted in her own neighborhood. the suspect is behind bars. >> in langley park, there is much concerned about the sex of salt of a 5-year-old girl. police say was here in the 1400 block of university boulevard when martin grijalva-tabor encountered the victim. she did not know him. the victim went home after the assault. 10:30 on a friday morning, broad daylight, is a fact of the matter that concerns many adults. she watches her kids and neighbors more carefully now. police and parents are urging caution. >> we need to accompany them were they go whenever we can. >> now police will not say specifically how they tracked down grijalva-tabor. they do say that he lives in the same neighbor
and sentenced to 18 years in prison. now he's been released as part of that swap. >>> maryland health officials now say two more deaths have been attributed to the hot weather. that brings the total number of heat-related deaths in the state to ten. the most recent deaths include one in baltimore and another in prince george's county. both victims were over the age of 65 and had underlying conditions. the victims were found inside their homes which did not have air conditioning and were above 90 degrees inside. >>> some much needed relief from the heat is on the way. it also comes with some rain which we also need pretty badly. meteorologist veronica johnson joins us with the latest. what's the good news, veronica? >> reporter: the good news is that we're really cooling down to a rain and that really today we're wrapping up this latest heat wave because next couple of days are going to feel really nice. and how about today? cool start to the workweek, 93 the temperature. 93 at 2:00. as you said, we're getting much needed rainfall. weather watcher brian couch frederick county, virginia, shawneel
its own emigration law and california had its own and texas and maryland and maine and all the rest of the states had their own immigration laws. we would cease to be one country and each state would be its own country if they each had their own regulations. >> if the governor of arizona were on this program, her response would be we are only doing what we have done because the federal government have abdicated their responsibility to doing exactly what mr. saenz says that ought to be doing, which is to secure the border and we are only doing it because the federal government has not stepped up. there are certainly issues with the immigration laws and regulations. i would probably have different views of the problems, but constitutionally, the remedy for a state like arizona and the governor, who is on satisfied with the program, is to direct the representative of arizona and congress and the senate to change the law, to change the federal regulations. we don't have any self-help provision in the constitution that says if you are dissatisfied with something the federal government is
tragicomic to maryland. nothing for the immediate metro. once the cold front moves in, we look for rapid clearing tomorrow evening. sunday, wow, gorgeous. scattered showers and storms overnight, temperatures fall into the 70's. showers and storms tomorrow morning. by the afternoon, the storms diminish from west to east. a-85 degrees the daytime high. -- 80-85 degrees the daytime high. drier conditions sunday, 90 degrees. back to the lower 90's monday, tuesday, and wednesday. but the rain, we need it right now. where it is falling, it is really coming down. at georgetown right now, rosslyn, it is pouring outside. >> we needed, we will take it. >>> coming up, he has been around longer than most people have been alive. this is power with efficiency. this is an interior that exceeds even the promise of the exterior. this is the all-new jaguar xj. the stunning result of taking a very different road. >>> he is a model teacher and perhaps a model for all of us. he was honored in baltimore today. he is 93 and has been teaching kids math 75 years. that is about 27,000 days in the classroom, and h
the spy swap over quickly. >>> a registered child sex offender in maryland is accused of targeting a teenage girl. the man is now charged with raping the 13-year-old he met online. fox 5's audrey barnes has details. >> reporter: this is the house on st. margaret's road in anne arundel county where police say a convicted rapist attacked a 13-year-old girl he met on myspace. detectives say 28-year-old james mason iii had been patrolling the social networking site for about a month looking for his next victim, and he got her on thursday. he picked up the 13-year-old and three of her girlfriends here in the 8000 block in donduck. they piled into his car and he drove them to annapolis. >> one of the victims felt uneasy about the situation, felt scared and contact add family member who in turn contacted a baltimore county police department and they contacted us and alerted us to the situation. >> reporter: anne arundel county police moved in and found mason with the four girls. he was arrested and now faces numerous charges, including second degree rape. >> it's a deplorable crime. our a
to justify the the investment needed. -- needed." the first call comes from jeremy, baltimore, maryland. go ahead. caller: how's it going? thank you for [no audio] host: jeremy? caller: hello? host: go ahead. caller: i do not think it would be the most prudent thing to do right now given our current economic standing. i think we should cut back on spending. i do not think that this would be the most prudent thing to do. not for government spending. host: you think that the private sector can do a better job at extending the reach of the internet into these rural areas it? caller: considering our government spending right now, i think it right now it would not be the most prudent thing for the government to do. we should try other means, expanding things. i think that that will probably be a lot better if we give the private industry a try. host: more from "the new york times," article in the business section this morning. "for some it will mean the difference between isolation and being connected to the rest of the world. "if you have no high-speed internet connection it is almost impossibl
to happen. i give you one example, brenda, right here in montgomery county, maryland, where i live. they face a huge deficit for the same reason that you know, eric and pat have talked about, these unions have so much power and so much bargaining power. well, here is what's happened. taxes are going up, property taxes of course, that's how the state and local governments are paying for this on the backs of the private people, unlike julian's fantasy world, oh, we borrow the money and create the jobs, no, it comes on the back of people like me, so, now, people like me have less money to spend and less money to put in our businesses and those firemen and teachers that, you know, we pulled the violin out for, we need to save the jobs, those jobs aren't going away. what's going to happen, is taxes are going to go up. >> i've got to wrap you up, and your-- ends your strangle holds now. it will be in med lines and neil's gang has it now. first, the fed slapping arizona with a suit to block its immigration law, did they just slap down the job recovery? what you d at this morning's meeting
of alexander zaporozhsky's sons lives in maryland. at least one neighbor is ready to roll out the welcome mat. >> he's done so much for this country. i hope he's able to come here and live a nice life. >> reporter: now, several of the men reportedly left families behind in russia. no word yet on what exactly will happen to them. bianna? >> yunji, thank you. >>> we return to medical news and two, big drug stories. johnson & johnson is recalling more of its over-the-counter drugs. and the fda is, once again, raising questions about the safety of avandia, a diabetes drug taken by more than 2 million people. here to talk about these stories, "gma" medical contributor, dr. marie savard. thanks for joining us. i want to begin with avandia. there's been questions about whether it can lead to heart attacks, going back to 2007. why is the fda reopening this case now? >> that's true. so many people are taking this drug thinking they're lowering their risk for heart attack, which is the most common complication from diabetes. they're looking at it now because the fda has not agreed on the safety issues.
temperatures are in the mid-70s. 75 in washington, 73 in frederick, maryland, 71 in martinsburg, west virginia. in the last hour light to moderate rain showers pushing into the metro area. most rain should be tapering off to late mor >>> and for your latest weather 24 hours a day, you can always logon to that's your latest weather. amy and lester? >>> and still to come on "today," catch me if you can. new details in the search for the so-called barefoot bandit. has he gone overseas some we'll find out. >>> but up next, they're the most feared and endangered predators of the deep. the man who came face to face with a killer shark. but first, these messages. to film themselves taking the activia 14-day challenge. hi. i'm emily ilic. i'm going to start the activia 14-day challenge today. problems that i have are, you know, irregularity... i do have some doubts if it works. i think it's really good. um... i like the flavors. i think from being a skeptic in the beginning i do think that activia actually works. help regulate your digestive system. take the activia challenge. it works or
is back home in maryland. they were exchanged yesterday in exchange for 10 russian spies. the man who owns a home in cockeysville served seven years in russian. the russian government believed he was spying for the u.s.. >>> an update on the key piece of evidence in the yeardley love murder case. the police officers found the t- shirt she was wearing. on thursday, the police released documents saying that her t-shirt disappeared. the police wanted it because it could have evidence. >>> an unusual site in ocean city for visitors when a dead hump back whale washed ashore. the tide carried the carcass ashore early thursday night. it weighed more than 40-tons. it was about 25 feet long. many smelled it before they saw it. >> some showers moving through for some parts of the area. we'll look at the first warning weather forecast. 84 degrees and sun showers and heavier thunderstorms. and tonight, 67 degreeee,,,,,,,, >>> brings back vivid memories of "beverly hills cop". >> i love that movie, hanging out in the apartment dancing around. >> the heat is on right now. look at the folks on the plaza
. they are causing some problems. i have one flash flood warning in maryland right now. so that means we're going to see a lot of water coming through quickly. be careful if you're driving through the baltimore area. what if flying? look what's going on. big-time delays happening this busy saturday morning in july. laguardia, 1:15. that holds true for jfk. newark, knowledge knowledge, delays. philadelphia, 45 minutes. increasing in westchester county, white plains, hour delay. t.j. and kate, breaking the heat but causing delays at the airport. >> certainly you well know. >> exactly. but i'm here. >>> the immigration debate rages on. and there is a new angle. >> yes. one man is running for governor. children born of undocumented i'm grammigrants should not be . we're going to hear from him and others, a new hot debate, contentious part of the immigration debate. that is coming up. stay with us. >>> top of the hour here now. it could be the next hot button phase of the immigration debate in this country, do children born to illegal immigrants deserve to be american citizens? you remember this from
of that has to do with the rain coming through. impressively hot. record breaking heat for baltimore, maryland, where the temperature climbed to 105 degrees. ten deaths were caused by this heat. it's very serious when you have heat advisories for days and heat wave that lasts almost an entire week. let's show you what's going on right now. here's a look at the rain. zoom in right here at the washington, d.c./baltimore area. thunderstorms rolling through the region. then it gets more intense as you head towards new jersey and into new england. these storms, as i said, are all part of a cold front that brought heavier rain to the midwest earlier this week. now the rain is going to slide off to the east and bring about relief to the eat. highs today in the mid atlantic and northeast, 80. so much better than 102 degrees. it will still be very hot and unfortunately a little stormy for parts of the gulf coast. we had powerful thunderstorms roll through the atlanta area overnight. here's what's happening in new orleans. this is where our heat advisory is. biloxi will be feeling the heat as well. the
now. i hope you will appreciate this. governor o'malley brags about maryland being first in the education rankings. he should be proud. it is something that he should not take for granted. we're 10th. who would have believed, a few years ago, arkansas would be tent in those rankings? what it has done is change to both inside and outside our state the image and the view and the relationship -- it is from high tech, and hewlett-packard, verizon, all of those jobs, to the manufacturing sector, where we have created over 25,000 jobs -- new jobs. with increased what we -- we have increased what we already have an attractive new business. it is all the micra things everyone is talking about. -- micro things that everyone is talking about. you keep people in your state. you educate them. you provide good jobs. yet is all of the individual things that everybody is talk -- is all of the individual things that everybody is talking about. -- it is all of the individual things that everybody is talking about. education is key to economic development -- cradle to grave. workforce trai
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